Dubrovnik Clock Tower and Sponza Palace

Freya Godfrey
Article By: Freya Godfrey
a year ago
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At the furthest end of the Stradun, towards the port, you’ll come across two buildings that are particularly worth noting. Dubrovnik’s Clocktower, a soaring tower topped by a domed roof, contains a huge bell that is struck by two bronze figures, known fondly as Maro and Baro. Adjacent to this is Sponza Palace, which is fronted by a series of archways, and which was designed in a mix of Gothic and Renaissance styles in the sixteenth century. The building was built around an inner courtyard, and while it has held many roles over its long history, it now presides over the city’s archives. Image by neufal54 from Pixabay
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  • 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia
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